The iThemba Curo shop at the Stellenbosch 360 Tourist centre is an entrepreneurial activation in partnership with Cause. From left, Noluvuyo Mokoeka (Assistant), Anna Kruger (Founder) and Ntombozuko Waterboer (Shop Manager).

The iThemba Curio store at the Stellenbosch 360 Tourism office retails the locally produced crafts of 35 entrepreneurs.

Graduates of the Simple Touch enterprise development programme of Wellness Foundation in Cape Town. These entrepreneurs are all now operating their own wellness services enterprises. We consulted on the project and offered the business training component.

The “Garden Girls” operating an independent enterprise in the Franschoek Valley, including garden services and land clearing. Founder Angelique Stevens participated in enterprise development training that we presented at ENZA in Paarl.

Kayamandi based ceramics producer Jimmy, at work as part of the iThemba development programme.

Informal craft entrepreneurs participating in one of the Cause income generating production projects. Bracelets and key rings are being produced as gifts and branded for Amarula (Distell).

Mabusela producing crafts in her Khayamandi based container shop.

Kwanele Mhutwana (on the right), founder of Khayamandi Wood Finishers and a sub contractor. Cause presented Marketing training and mentoring to Kwanele as part of the Winelands Municipality / SEED enterprise devleopment programme

Carpenter Flip Stuurman with his self designed rocking horses for children. Flip participated in a range of business develoment workshops presented by Cause and received technical skills training from Yeyethu at their Khaymandi based studio.

ENZA participants working on product development in a Cause income generation project.

Khayamandi based participants working on the production of bags as part of an income generating project in partnership with CCDI.
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